A person of consequence: Everybody who is anybody was at the reception. See Usage Notes at anyone, every, he1.(noun)
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Use "anybody" in a sentence
"But if anybody else -- _anybody_ -- you may call me Doctor, or anything you please, except Martin Hewitt."
"I've given up all hopes of that brother of mine for her -- but she could marry anybody, if she chose -- _anybody_!"
"And I told him how lonesome I was without anybody, not _anybody_; and I told about Charlie Smith and Paul Mayhew and Mr. Claude Livingstone, and how Aunt Jane wouldn't let me have them, either, even if I was standing where the brook and river meet."